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1 r ll fi XLV E0 2i5, EQCS CLAUD. ILL: THUSSTAY. JULY 1.-. " " -. - - - ; 1 I ! f
fVorkers Cannot Agree
as to Scale.
100,000 GO OUT.
- ' I Train Wreck.
'IstrVl wJLit . .
, i i wciianeous L,ate iews ot
:; . - the Day.
i tltUburc. Pa , Jolj i.At re
sa ot the hilar cl the joint wage
ooafanaoo o! the amalgamated asso
ciatioa ot iron and steel worker and
aaufecturers to agree upon a
, aaala at the Yonngstown conference
TosUrdaj, all the tin Ion milla closed
- 4owa today. Between . 75.000 and
' U.000 men are idle. President Gsr
Ml? tuii. be looked for a set
Uaatat rtr the annual repairs at
1 ChTeland, Ohio. Julj 1. The
Clereland Boiling Mill company and
' Britten Iron and Steel works shnt
down today, fniling to sign the amal-
P mated scale. About S,000 men
; . Th Writers ritgrimaa;..
?Dn7er, July 1 Since early this
'-Pornlng special trains loaded with
ftolegates to the Christian Endeavor
t jMnTvntion at Saa Francisco have
; ; rolling into the union depot at
jlnterrals of a fair mlnntcs. The Gulf
I road began dispatehitg special trains
f around the famous "Joop" in the
J mountains at 6 a. m. Thousands
'blade the trip. Twcnfy special
-Jtrains are sohednled for today over
Sth Denver & KIo Grande anil 52 t.
taorrow. The Colorado Midland will
fclso handle a large number of special
jtralns. All traits from the east are
behind the schedule time. The spe
cial desire cf the Endeavorers is to
reach Salt Lake City in time to at.
tond the acr-Lcea in tha tafiarnsnU
Fenslans Paid Pp. m
Washington. Jalv 1 Fnr
than a month all pension certificates
i i .
nanea oj me government nave been
held OD In tha nenslon bnrean. Tha
aspenalon ended today when an im
uense batch ot certificates wm
mailed to the various ageneies. This
terminates the operation of the order
which taking effect May 31 last, was
designed to avoid the increaelng ex
isting deficiency ia the pension ap
propriations, but creditlrg tho pay
ments which would fellow the issu
ance of these certificates, to the new
fiscal year instead of to tho fiscal
year ended yesterday. The deficiency
is said to be over $300,000.
Aaotbev Chrtetlaa ndc-iTer Wreck.
Akron, Col., July 1. The first
section cl the Chiesgo Christian En
deavor train ran into a freight six
miles west of here at 3 this tnornine.
A Burlington "lireman named Coie
waa slightly hurt and Engineer Ma
gner seriously. One passenger,
Fred E: Glassburn, of Tampico, 111.,
wars cut over the eye.
,-' Qan Bt1w tha Trospi.
' Aldershot. England, Jalv 1 The
great jttbllee review of the troopa
took place today. The queen ar
rived at Farnborocgh at 4 p. m. The
Dnke ot Connanght, commanding the
military district, waa in supreme
command of the troops, who nnm
- bered 25.0C0. The l'rince ot Wales
. led the Tenth Ilassars past the sa
SpringCeld. July. 1. The atate
auditor has jast completed a tabula,
tion of the appropriations by the laat
general asscmby. They aggregate
rcc U Slfhi.
Hsmburg; July 1 A aemi-omoial
lispatca from Berlin sr
, -egotlations ' between (
. Tarkey are exppcted to hi
within three weeks.
Bvat Utad cf ladUi
Brainerd. Minn.. Juiy J
aad kwuafslnw. AMm tt
' alM aad all lunaa at a4H4
la taa mmw traads. j
Qiaos, mciuamg unlet Wee sag, are
dead at Melenea Point on Milla Laa
-lake, and several others are expeoted
w aim, aa me reenit oi arm king pain
killer, hair oil,' and other prepare
tlons containing alcohol.
Oak Sate Daad. -Dee
Moines. Iowa. July 1 Cot C.
H. Gatch, the former state senator
died here this morning.
TRAIN RUNS OVER THREE MEN.
ThoDtht To k SjfjlS at Tint, hut Saw
.'SVUevedTo Be Croaka,
SL Ixuis, July Li-What appears to
Have Wen a deliberate attempt at triple
sulcUi was made near WeHsvllle, Mo;
at midnight Tuesday. Three men, lying
side by side, with their heads upon the
rail T ere wtrurk by the east-bound Wa-
bah train. The first man's head was
ctit off, the second one's head smashed
and the third received internal Injuries.
The phyalcters tay there is no hope for
the recovery of the two Injured men.
Adrse examination of the bodies reveal
ed the fact that the men must have
been perfectly sober, as there waa on
odor of liquor upon the breath of the
two dying men or the clothing ot the
dead man. .
Who the men were is not known.
There is nothing on their persons by
which they could be Identified. All were
dressed as laborers and carpenters' tools
which were found beside the track are
supposed to have been the property of
one of them. On account of the peculiar
circumstances surrounding the case it
Is supposed that the men, who had
doubtless been comrades; became de
spondent at repeated failures to secure
work, and resolved to die together.
The belief ia gaining ground that the
men were clubbed and laid on the rail to
prevent a crime from becoming known.
The dead man had "W. E. S." on his
right arm. A note was found on his
perron bearing no address, but signed
Kdna White, Ethel, Mo.," requesting
him to take her trunk from the station,
lie had a revolver, brace, drill, powdor
fuse, chisel, and some other articles rn
his person, and the supposition Is that
the men were safe blowers. One of
the injured refuses to talk. The other
gave his name as William Moore, of
Topeka, Kan., and says he was thrown
off a freight train about 11 o'clock Tues
ALL THE UNION MILLS CLOSED.
Twenty-Urn Thousand Iron Workers Are
Taking a Vacation.
Touagstown, O., July 1. Every mill
In the United States whose wage scales
are under the jurisdiction of the Amal
gamated Association of Iron, Steel and
Tin Workers shut down last nisht.
These mills altogether employ 23,000 men
who are members of the Amalgamated
association, besides those who are not.
The general shut down took place on
account of the failure of the Amalga
mated association scale 'com mmee'sirri
tke manufacturers to agree n a pud
dling rate at the conference held her
yesterday. They were In session all the
afternoon and lid not get any furtlTer
than .the puddling rate. The commit
tee held out for $4.50 a ton for puddllnar
and the manufacturers refused to budge
from their stand for $. An adjourn
ment sine die was 'finally taken, each
side to let the other know when It had
experienced a change of heart. AH the
visiting manufacturers and delegates
left at once for their homes.
The wage struggle this year promises
to be protracted because of the wide
divergence ltween workers and manu
facturers. The steel, sheet Iron, tin plate,
flint glass, buttle blowers, and wmjow
glass workers are ail Interested In the
outcome of the wage conference being
held. The manufacturers have been
late to call for meetings and reluctant
10 sign wnen approached for a settle
ment. The suspension of work In the
Btcel mills with the addition of the com
ing big coal strike will be the biggest
Kusnenslnn of business at one time for
Katlmal Republican Hcotlnuartara.
Cleveland. Jnlvl. The hmHunnrtrr.
of the natu.t.al Iteuublfran. comjrtttee.
are to be located In Cleveland. They
will be transferred from Washington to
the famous Ptirv-Pavne tuilMiTiir In
Cleveland, where Ilansa conducted the
national Republican campaign. .The
Washington headnuarters will he kent
open, but will be In charce of an attache
or tne national committee.
Clone of the Illinois Luther League.
Rockford. Ills.. July I. Yesterday was
the closing day of the 'state Luhter
League -convention and much business
was transacted In spite cf the intense
heat. The reports show the league's
membership to be 2,232. a gain of 6G4
over last year. The annual election re
sulted: President Frank G. He gland, cf
Rockford; secretary, C. J. Driever, if
National Grain Dealer.
Dea Moines. Ia., July 1. The National
Grain Dealers' association elected the
following officers: President, W. T.
McCray, Kentland, Ind.: first vice presi
dent. J. M. Sewall. Hastings, Neb.: sec
retary, W. II. Chamlers, Des Moines.
The Train Wreek la Idaho.
Boise, Ida.,, July L Six people who
were Injured In the Glens Ferry accl
dent Tuesday night were brought to the
hospital here yextcrday. - None la badly
hurt, there being nn bones broken. Many
others were bruised, among them Jus
tice Quarlea, of the supreme court.
Army ef Tramps la Kansas.
Denver, Cola. July I. An army ot
15,000 tramps, now in Kansas, Is mov
ing westward.' They infest the wheat
and corn fields at night. The tramps are
bound for the coast, where they say they
will try to secure work in the irrigated
valleys of the west.
What Hood's SaraaparUla has done
iot oiners n wiu also o ior yon,
Mood's Sarsaparilla onrea all blood
Jnst trr a 10 eent box of CaaoareU,
Ui AMtt liver and bowel regulator
MURDERED BY HfS PARAMOUR.
Solution of the Bloay Mraterr at Xew
- aorkorthe Mutilated Body.
New York, J uly L The headless body
In the morgue has been Identified by ten
men aa that bf William Gulilenimnne. a
Rubber in a Turkish bath establishment
in this city. The head Is lacking to
complete the body. The first fragment
of the body, from fhe neck to the waist,
was found in East river on Saturday.
The second fragment, the lowr portion
of the trunk, was found in the Ogden
woods north of Harlem river on 8unday.
The legs were found in the river Off the
Brooklyn navy yard yesterday after
noon, uuiaensuppe had recently been
living with Mrs. Augusta, Nack, who
left her husband for Guldensuppe. lira.
Nack had quarreled with Guldensuppe
last Thursday, on account of his sup
posed unfaithfulness to h?r.
She ia held a prisoner at police head
quarters and will be charged with the
murder. A store-keeper at Astoria, L.
I., has identified her as the woman to
whom he sold oil cloth similar to that
in which the fragments of the body were
wrapped. Detectives yesterday searched
tne rooms of Mrs. Nack and fcund hid
den there pieces cf this red and yellow
ot cloth. Mra Nack, when arrested was
preparing to leave for Europe.'
Herman rtack, husband of the women.
was arrested,, but was subsequently re
leased, as ne proved a complete alibi.
and the police had no evidence against
mm. ?ack said that bis wife was ca
pable of committing the murder, and he
suggested that another lover of Mrs
Nack was implicated. Mrs. Nack is a
Bavarian, 38 years old. a large, mus
cular woman with a determined face.
Her second lever, a man known as
'Fred," cannot be found. He is supposed
to have been a participant in the crime.
State Will Weigh Its Purchases.
Madison. Wis., July 1. Superintendent
of Public Property Scott will hereafter
weigh all the ccal and other heavy sup
plies used at the state capitol, instead
of taking the figures furnished by the
dealer. Heretofore it has been the cus
tom to sard a man from the ofuce.to
watch the weighing and see that the
dealers' figures are correct, but now the
state has bought a six-ton set of scales
which are being planted near the west
ern entrance cf the building, and the
supplies will herafter be weighed by the
statte slifpping clerk.
Will Mean 800,000 Idle Hen.
Pittsburg, Jury 1. If the coal miners
strike materializes on Saturday the
number of workmen out of employment
this week by reason of these labor agi
tetior.s will reach the high figure of at
least 200,000 men.
I lTraTV aTl fl 9 fi cur is InTalns
ifl U XI Jr 1 WJM S ble and should be in
KTcrr torn. It will care colds in tee head or
eliewBere promptly ana saraly. a W m
aonTOoM Remedies a separata -f VP MA JuF
cure for each d'seaas for sale at Sp aTT W9 sU
II drnsvl.ta If in Hnnht write "L'uU mfc U
dirct to Prof. Mnsyon, 1905 Aich street. Phila
delphia, rsn (PI rtea aenicai aayica.
: Shields Dry Goods
Every article in the st9re MUST be sold
gj maae iow enougn
I ncs ng yscT--o.:
b C. E. EVEREn, n2r. '0 00 JZZyitl. Zzzzzl C!b' llzizr I!:r
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GotUnner In all it's
greatness. Such tre-
mendou s values were
never before known
In the Furniture and
x Carpet business.
Odd pieces. Couches,
. etc., that a&ton!sh all
who see them. . The
prices are scorched
more than the goods.
& Carpet Co.,
KLUG-H ASLER BID'G,
217-817 J W. F econd St ,
Great line of Crash Suits, Straw Hats,
everything else that is made to keep you
You Know Us.
to move tne
get choice of bargains.
at once. The prices will be
goods, come early
SMSaa Iium rwa-
Sebeoribe tor Tax Aoaca.
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